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International Journal of Remote Sensing

International Journal of Remote Sensing (IJRS) now includes a new recurring section called “Drones. On this page, you will find everything you need to know about this new section: from an introduction to Anita, Associate Editor of IJRS and Section Editor of Drones, to information on previous special issues in the journal and information regarding current calls for papers.

The Drones section explores the potential of UAV technology for remote sensing applications in a wide range of fields, such as agriculture, coastal area studies, water quality, forestry, urban mapping, disaster response, terrain mapping, and other ecological and geological monitoring applications.

Drones – The Third Generation Source of Remote Sensing Data
To mark the start of the IJRS Drones section as a new recurring section in International Journal of Remote Sensing, Editor-in-Chief Arthur Cracknell charts the rapid development of drone technology, from the pigeons of J. Neubronner in 1907 to the UAVs that we see today. Read the Editorial free of charge here.

International Journal of Remote Sensing

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Introducing Anita Simic Milas, Editor of the IJRS Drones Section

Anita Simic Milas is an assistant professor of geospatial sciences at Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Dr. Simic Milas received her M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in…

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Environmental Applications Special issue

This special issue on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Environmental Applications makes three important contributions: (1) It marked the launch of the new Drones…

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Environmental Applications

The first source of remotely sensed data for Earth observation (EO) was obtained by using light aircraft, leading to the use of air photos in map-making and, in…